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E. Perkins Bullock Tebbets
Patterson Jona. Moulton
N. Currier Page
G. P. Meserve
J. L. Hadley J.P. Hadley Eastman
L. Marehall 103
S. L. Stevens Mc Queston V. Chase
J. H. Smith Mc Coniha Prentiss
Wheeler J. Colby
J.J. Allen Walworth
102 Yeas 103, nays 102, and the Speaker voting in the negative, the bill was not indefinitely postponed.
On motion of Mr. Parsons-
The House proceeded to the consideration of the amendment proposed by the Senate to the resolution authorising the Treasurer to furnish the Sealer of weigints and ineasures for the cou::ty of Coos, with a set of weights and ineasures at the expense of the State. :
Which amendment was read and agreed to..
The House proceeded to the consideration of the amendment proposed by the Senate to the resolution granting compensation to Joseph Hill
Which amendinent was read and agreed to.
Mr. Atwood pursuant to notice given yesterday had leáve to introduce a bill entitled, An act to incorporate the New-Hampshire' Baptist Sabbath School Union.
Which was read a first and second time.
Ordered, That it be referred to the committee on incorporations.
On motion of Mr. Martin
The House resumed the consideration of the resolution appropriating ten thousand dollars for the crection of an insane hospital.
Mr. Quimby moved, that tlic further consideration of this resolution be indefinitely postponed.
Mr. Buswell moved that the House do now adjourn.
The question recurred, Shall the resolution be indefinitely postponed...?
Which was clecided in the negative. Mr. Clementinoved, That the further consideration of this resolution be postponed to the next session of the Legislature.
On this question, the yeas and nays were required by Mr. Chase of Goshen.
Those who voted in the affirmative are,
Messrs. Greenough, S. Fellores, Sanborn, Quimby, Vennard, Pickering E. R. Cnrrier, M. Lamprey, D. B. Chase, Parsons, J.' Woodbury, Buzzell, Kaime, Allard, J. T. Chase, G. W. Drake, Harmon, J. Bean, Mallard, W. Pike, S. L. Stevens, N. Smith, Hayes, Dearborn, Philbrook, P. Wentworth, Hall, Tasker, D. Batchelder, Gage, Parker, S. Jones, 0. Young, S. Burnham, Wiggin, Horse, 1. Hale, Huse, Hill, C. W. Drake, Harvey, Secombe, L. Woodbury, W. Moor, Manahan, Lovewell, c. F. Gove, Cragin, Hutchinson,
Tenney, Wason, I. Putnam, McQuęston, J. Stevens, Mc Conike,
J. Wallace, Bruce, Gibson, Law, Flint, J. L. Hadley, J. J. Hoe allen Butler, Whitney, Ecton, Clement, I. L. Putnam, v. Chase, J. Goge
Richards, Chellis. S. Colby, A. Perkins, J. Colby, Patterson, Pierce,
Crosby, Storrs, Angier, Lang, J. P. Hadley, Brownson, Aldin, P. Buswell, Aldrich, Balch, J. Moulton, S. Nurray, Bullock, Wilcot, Joni. Moulton, Prescott, Ward, T. Harris, Sargent, Patch, Pender. ter, T. Smith, G. P. Meserve, Eastman, J. Colby.
108 Those who voted in the negative are,
Messrs. J. Moore, D. Carrier, s. Dearborn, Merrill, Porter, Montgomery, Rogers, Dow, T. A. Burleigh, L. Batchelder, Webster, Bartley, D. Murray, Demerilt, Waldron, Beck, Treadwell, Marden, Jen
ness, Dudley, Mc Garo, Ilodgdon, Mc Daniel, D. Pike, $. Drake, * N. Young, W. Hale, T. E. Sawyer, White, S. Burnham, A. Colby,
Shannon, Laurence, Drew, C. Bean, Noyes, J. H. Smith, Marston, Stearns, J. Wentworth, Martin, J. Woodman, Peavey, Tebbells, Slterburne, Emery, Baker, Peaslee, Gault, Darling, Train, Gray, Knox, D. Joncs, V. S. Colby, D. Harris, Fuller, Monroe, M. Chase, Atwood, Walker, Wheeler, lufts, Fisk, Goodnoie, Wilder, Richardson, T. Ingalls, Osgood, E. Sawyer, Wright, Macki, G. Stevens, Goldthroait, Preniiss, J. M. Smith, B. B. French, Gordon, E. Perkins, Berry, Livermore, Oliver, Page, Mills, Low, Brainard, Marshall.
87 Yeas 108, Nays 87.
So the further consideration of said resolution was postponed to the next session of the Legislature.
On motion of Mr. French
The flouse resumed the consideration of the amendments pro- • posed by the comunittee of the whole House to the bill entitled,
An act in addition to, and in amendment of an act, entitled, An c, act imposing fines for the neglect of military duty and for other purposes. Mr. Atwood inoved, That the House do now adjourn, Which was decided in the negative.
On the question, Shall the words “ or firewards; be inserted after the word “Selectmen,”' in the several sections.
Which was decided in the affirmative.si,
On the question, Shall the words “clergymen of every relig, ious denomination,” be inserted after the words "engine men," in the second section ?
On this question the yeas and nay's were required by Mr. Treadwell.
Mr. Flint moved, that the House do now adjourn.
The question recurred, Shall the foregoing amendment be adopted?
Those who voted in the affirmative are
D. Harris J. Colby
6. Dearbora S. L. Stevens Merrill
N, Smith Montgomery
I. Hale Mc Gaw
Gault Hodgdon Huse D. Pike Darling S. Drake
Hill J. T. Chase Train N. Young
Those who voted in the negative, are-
N. S. Colby Wright
Hutchinson E. Perkins
J. L. Hadley Angier
J. P. Hadley Mooney Woods Fisk
G. P. Meserve Yeas 136. Nays 43. So the amendinent was adopted. The third and fourth amendments were read and adopted. Mr. Peavey moved a further amendment to the second section. Which was read, And decided in the negative.
Ordered, That the bill be read a third time to-morrow, at 3 o' clock, afternoon.
On motion of Mr. Drew
The House resumed the consideration of the resolution fixing the time at which the Legislature may adjourn.
On motion of Mr. Drew
The resolution was amended by striking ou: the words “ Fri. day the 28th day of June,” and inserting “ Saturday the 6th day of July:"
Resolved, That it pass.
Ordered, That the clerk request the concurrence of the Senate therein.
Mr. French moved that the House do now adjourn.
The House resumed the consideration of the resolutions reported by the select committee to whom was referred the report of the Warden of the State Prison.
Which resolutions were read.
The House resumed the consideration of the address for the removal of William Burbank, jr. from his cominand as captain in the militia.
On motion of Mr. Livermore
Ordered, That said address be recommitted, with instructions, to report a statement of facts. And then the House adjourned.
THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1833. On motion of Mr. Lamprey of Kensington
Resolved, That the reading of the Journal of yesterday be dispensed with.
Mr. Lainprey of Kensington, presented the account of Jacob Tyler. Ordered, That it be referred to the committee on Claims.
Mr. Gove from the comunittee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the petition of Sarah Bicknell, made a report, whereupon.
Resolved, That the petitioner have leave to withdraw her papers.